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(a) There is a Class B-BWL (H-C) license.
(b) A local licensing board may issue the license to the management company of the conference center facility if the facility:
(1) is jointly owned, operated, or financed by the Maryland Stadium Authority and the political subdivision or an instrumentality of that political subdivision that is physically connected to a hotel; and
(2) provides food and beverage service to registered guests at the hotel.
(c) The license authorizes the license holder to sell beer, wine, and liquor for consumption on the premises of the facility and the adjacent hotel, including the rooms of registered guests.
(d) The license is exempt from restrictions against holding multiple licenses or having financial interests in multiple licenses.
(e) In a jurisdiction with a food-to-alcoholic beverages ratio requirement for a Class B (on-sale) hotel and restaurant license, the laws and regulations concerning the ratio requirement apply to the Class B-BWL (H-C) license.
(f) The annual license fee is $2,500.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 4-1001 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/alcoholic-beverages/md-code-al-bev-sect-4-1001/
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